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he could not follow unlawful orders. >>> victims of last week's devastating tornados in indiana, struggling to get back on its feet. in henryville indiana they got the services they need, which is food stamps and driver's licenses. >> have property rent out and didn't have homeowner's insurance and he didn't have renter's insurance. >> came over to see if they could help out there. >> the death toll and the damage is a million. >>> the buzz is about winter park is over. may be one of the march openings ever. look at the trees around your house. maybe not the best time to do it. get rid of dead wood around the house. causing so much damage. >> the winds. >> winds gusting 40 miles per hour in a lot of places. still breezy tonight. clouds notice them increasing. the temperatures, still managed 74. >> see this is what happens when you take the day off, come back and so confused. temperatures not usually felt in winter, 74 at bwi. high temperatures are at 75 for indianapolis, 71 for dulles, 73, very mild day. when you get the kind of warmth and have winds something big is on the way
australia >>> from ohio to indiana what traveled hundreds of mild unscathed by the ravaging tornado, coming up. >>> very cold, spring ski like conditions for today but this weekend things will change. clouds rolling in. looks like we may see some snow late in the day on sunday. bring your chains if you are heading that direction. we'll have more on your weather coming up. it's getting crowded at toyota's #1 for everyone sales event. why? 'cause people know toyota's the best. toyota has the most fuel-efficient and longest lasting vehicles of any full-line automaker. plus, every new toyota comes with the peace-of-mind of toyota care, a complimentary maintenance plan with roadside assistance. so from camry to tundra, this is your chance to save big on our most popular models. with the incredible deals you'll find... ...you're gonna want to hurry in for this one. ♪ [ male announcer ] the great savings won't last long. (car horn) paying with your smartphone instead of cash... (phone rings) that's a step forward. with chase quickpay, you can send money directly to anyone's checking account. i g
it was a little further back in indiana. indiana wasn't all the way covered but they are covered now. this is pushing in our direction. you can see a little of a wintry mix on the back side of that. we won't see that at all. just dealing with the rain. when does it move in? that's the big question. i'll answer that in a second. for right now we're looking at some clouds trying to push into the area. that will be the scenario as we go throughout the day. again, we'll get sun but also the clouds. now, also, temperature, 54 degrees into baltimore. we are very mild this morning. easton is coming in around 50 degrees. around the eastern shore, york, pennsylvania, 53. the bottom line is temperatures are quite mild in the 50s this morning. they will soar from there. we'll also look at breezy conditions this morning. so the last time i showed this, the winds were 6 miles per hour. we're starting to go up a little more, that will be the trend as we go throughout the day. dc now coming in around 15 mile-per-hour sustained winds. that is the key. sustained. we'll have gusts as we go into the af
indiana. a senator: i rise today in support of jobs and national security. first i want to take a moment to express my condolences to families who have lost loved ones in the tornadoes that struck indiana and other states on march 2. mr. lugar: last weekend senator coats and i toured the damaged areas of southern indiana and met with people who are dedicated to a full recovery from total devastation. i want to pay special tribute to advanced preparedness by the schools and many others that prevented even greater loss of life. also our gratitude goes out to the first responders who are doing amazing work in, some cases while facing their own devastating circumstances. i'm returning this weekend to encourage the continuing progress for recovery, and i'm working closely with governor daniels and other state officials to coordinate federal assistance that is appropriate given the level of devastation. madam president, i do rise in support of american jobs and national security in a very strong way and to encourage my colleagues to support the keystone x.l. pipeline amendment i've offered wit
. >>tonya francisco continues to follow the story entrance is live from the crown point indiana location with the latest on the investigation >>by late in the evening the person of interest turned himself in and his vehicle was impounded investigated by the crime laboratory >>for correctional officers were struck while jogging one of them was killed three others injured seriously ... the driver did not stop ... last night a vigil was held for the slain officer ... earlier in the day the sheriff released information to the media found at the scene that helped narrow down the suspect vehicle ... during the vigil last night the sheriff was confident that his department was close to making an arrest >>we're very positive on a solution to this soon. things are looking good. >>just a few hours after the interview the person of interest was in custody being questioned by detectives all of the evidence collected will be turned ever to the lake county prosecutor from their charges will be filed ... that will be followed by a press conference with details of the suspected hit and run driver wh
away. an ohio couple found an old deposit slip from a flattened town of henriville, indiana. it is dated 1987. it's still in tact. >>> let's look at the morning road conditions. i-70 from columbus to pittsburgh. flooding on i-40 from nashville to dallas. >> if you're flying, airport delays are possible in memphis, dallas, and houston. >>> well, we now know that whitney houston left everything to her only child, bobby christina. >> that money will be put in a trust for her and distributed at 21, 25, and 30. a month before she was born was when the will was written. >> later this morning, dionne warwick, whitney's cousin, sits down with robin roberts. the big interview with oprah is on this sunday. >>> the search continues for a woman on a cruise ship. her boyfriend reported her missing seven hours after he last saw her. now the family suspects foul play 37 and says the couple did have a troubled relationship. >>> also, we're learning more about another mystery. the twin sisters who died just a few pete apart. patricia and joan miller lived in south lake tahoe for more than 40
. big batch of rain back off into indiana, portions of illinois as well. and then as we look even further you can see into missouri and also kansas a little bit of a wintry mix out there. that won't get to us. we're going to focus in on the rain. the rain will start to push in here as we go more into the evening. so future trend is going to pick up on what i'm talking about here. as i put this in motion, this is ahead of a cold front. this cold front will get closer to us by this evening. we will have the chance for showers. so we're picking up, thinking maybe 11:00 this evening, goes back into motion. it pretty much gets out of here by the time you wake up tomorrow. but what i'm going to do, i'm going to keep the chance of showers in for the commute to work tomorrow. looks like everything will be out of here though by sunrise. so that is definitely looking good. we'll get more sunshine in here as we go throughout the day on friday. and that will even continue as we head into saturday. even in sunday but temperatures will be a little cooler but not today. no type of cool weather.
paid. tavis: my mother watches this show back in indiana, and i do not want to scare her. i was at the doctor's office the other day. i am fine, mom. i was complaining about something, and i said to my doctor, i would like to get this tested, and he thought it made sense and called the insurance company and asked them. it was being done for preventative measure. they absolutely refused to pay for it, so i am thinking, i am tavis smiley. maybe if i get on the phone, maybe i can talk tm into it. after all, i am the guy who pays the premiums. so i get on the telephone and try to talk them into it, and they would absolutely not budge on paying for this, and i found myself in a huge fight on the phone with my own insurance about what they would not pay for something that i was asking to have done for a preventive measure and absolutely would not do it. upset. it made me live in the other day. the point is, and there it is not any money in prevention. >> there are certain things that we ignore and do not do, and then there are certain things that doctors very frequently get into a
suspected shooter is behind bars to accomplices on the lives. story from northwest indiana >> please merrillville say, but they have the man who robbed the store and pulled the trigger still need help from the public mind into alleged accomplices security video released by merrillville police show suspect robbed a store at gunpoint and shooting and killing the woman working behind the counter 20 year-old jeremy blue lift a few blocks from the store charged with murder and robbery surrendered peacefully yesterday afternoon from merrillville judi simpson-beaver dam up pretty ruthless no need for him to do that doing everything he demanded that but police also released 911 call from that day >> detectives said it will lead to the suspect tips shortly after released surveillance video or son is back lived in crown point spoke to reporters today we are relieved this guy is up the streets focus has turned keeping public awareness that what police believe two other suspects helped out seen on surveillance video staking out the store shortly before the shooting police released these images
news. blown away. a twister sends a bank slip flying from indiana. where it was found. >>> i'm ron matz in fells point. a makeover for a lady. we'll have the story coming up here on wjz. >>> i'm bob turk. first warning weather center. cooler temps after some rain. i'll have the exclusive first warning five-day forecast. >>> here's today's report from wall street. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> it has been part of baltimore for more than a quarter century. the lady maryland is a living classroom, providing a hands-on education experience for thousands of students. ron matz reports, the famous schooner is ready to set sail once again. >> reporter: under this cover, in fells point. the crew works to restore the lady maryland. for four months, the boat has undergone extensive repairs. >> the boat comes out every year for a week or two. but we've never had her out for four months at a time. it's been a great opportunity to catch up on some other big projects. >> reporter: they've pulled more than 4,000 galvanized boat nails. >> we knew they were coming to the end of their life. but we were kind of
out in indiana and pushing into western ohio will not got in here until maybe 10:00 tonight. up ahead of it, breezy conditions and we will cloud up later this affect. we will have high temperatures in the low 70s. humidity, 80%. winds out of the south at 10 miles per hour. you guys are missing it. sarah is yawning at my forecast. here is your forecast for today, 71 in washington. 67 in winchester and some clouds later today. >> it is just such relaxing weather. that is what it is, tucker. >> : like a summer breeze. we should ask julie to cue the warm weather dance she showed me yesterday. i thought it was so cute. give us a little. >> oh, my god, will. >> don't encourage it. >> there you go. >> you got to come out of your shell more often. >> you do dance on demand. wow! >> it is like one of the little snow globes you just shake. that's me. i know but it is a feel good kind. day out on the roads too. we are offy to apretty good start. no problems to report here northbound along i-95 as you work your way out of the woodbridge and continuing up towards newington. you are at speed there.
if that is what is happening across illinois and indiana. this is drifting toward baltimore. i think we will get the whole day tried but some of the rain may last into early tomorrow morning. the clouds are rushing in the head of the system. there is no precedent -- precipitation but they will thicken up. i think it will be a couple of degrees warmer. breezy and smiled with a chance of some rain showers. -- mild with a chance of some rain showers. the average is 51. we will not break any records. the record high is 83 back in 2000. the rain showers are likely. cloudy skies. temperatures in the 40's. the sunset at 6:06. tomorrow, the system may move across the coast. if you are up early, you may see some rain. it will be a little chillier. the high-temperature expected in the mid 50's. 55 on friday. the rain will clear up in the afternoon. right now it looks like a dry weekend. colder, but not bad for this time of the year. don't forget before you go to bed saturday night to set your clocks ahead one hour. temperatures should go back into the 60's. >> 5:50. coming up, or does peyton manning think
indiana, 17 delaware. these are the other winner takes allstate. they don't split their vote. >> while gingrich tries to gain steam the president is criticizing the former speaker's plan for $2.50 for gas. >> tell them we are tired of hearing phony election year promises that never come about. what we need is a serious sustained strategy. >> you didn't hear anything about congressman paul right there. he is going to be quiet today. no events planned. back to you. >>> meanwhile it appears that gingrich and santorum want one of the other out of this race, peter. is there any reaction from notably the gingrich plant about some whispers from the santorum people they need him out of this race? >> there's no indication from the gingrich people he has any plans of getting out. say santorum got out. there's no guarantee all of the people supporting santorum are going to immediately jump ship and support gingrich or vice versa. a lot of people might go support romney or somebody else. >>> that is a good point. it seems widely assumed if santorum gets out all of the votes go to newt or vice vers
on here? hey, hey, hey! what's going on here? >> lawmakers in indiana are working on a bill to make sure students are never saved by the bell. yep. the new law gives school administrators the power to punish students in school for bad stuff they've done outside of school. that includes summer vacation. the rule also extends to anything they do on personal computers and cell phones. supporters say they need the rule to reduce cyber bullying. >> it's a big issue in schools today. whether or not that's good or bad thing to do. >> from whether or not to the weather! so let's take a look at where it's raining right now and look at this big storm we got all the way from, as you can see, canada and the great lakes. stuart, you're so polite. you're bending back so i can see the map down through the central missouri and mississippi valley approaching the gulf coast. it's currently dry in the east and in the northern plains. where in the northern plains, it's chilly. about two dozen -- it's 21 right now in minneapolis. only 22 in denver and rapid city. here in the big town in new york city, we hav
, arlington, and prince george's county. a cool front is producing rain in western indiana and ohio. between now and then we'll have a lot of clouds. sunrise is in less than a half an hour and we'll have temperatures in the 60s to near 70 with a blustery wind this afternoon. look at the evening planner. that chance for rain, that will be in ten minutes. danella, how's traffic? >> good morning. an update. the crash is out of the roadway. it's in your shoulder lane. jammed out of frederick and slow through urbana. chopper 4 is live over i-270 in germantown. you can see southbound picking up a lot of volume but you're still traveling at a decent travel speed. not seeing any accidents. you can see you're starting to hit the brakes a bit in germantown. traveling inside the beltway, not bad at all. 61 miles an hour at east-west highway. kenilworth, you're at 63 mails an hour. not seeing any issues. eun, over to you. >> new from overnight, firefighters responded to a call at the fbi building in northwest. a small fire started there around 1:30. we're told it started in a trash can in one of the upp
in wisconsin. 46 in indiana. 17 in delaware. 37 in maryland. these are the other winner take all states. they don't split their vote at the congressional district winner take all. >> bill: ron paul in good shape in all of them. maryland very liberal republic state it looks like decent shape. i don't have time to go through all of this. but it seems to me that the only candidate likely to drop out is newt gingrich. santorum is going to stay in until the end. paul hassing in else to do. -- paul has nothing else to do. >> his campaign may run out of doe. allegedson who. >> bill: he says he is not going to do it anymore. sheldon. >> how much money is left in that bank account. also, what happens next week. if newt gingrich does well in mississippi and alabama, it's going to rekindle at least the belief that he could be a -- >> bill: you see all four of them going into june. >> i see all four of them going march into april. i'm not sure i see them all in late april and in may. >> bill: all right. because that would be good for santorum obviously if gingrich drops out then conservatives coale
. are you ready? >> i'm ready. >> who let susan back? that's a little inside joke. lovely lady from indiana what percentage of college degrees awarded each year in the united states are earned by women, 40%, 50%, 60% or 70%? >> 60%. >> yes. another smart woman right here. >> she nailed it. 60% of all college degrees. >> there was a time when women didn't go to college, when families would send the boys off to college and girls were to stay home and learn how to take care of the home. 60% of the women now going to college. it's phenomenal. >> back across. >> beautiful girl from california. true or false a woman invented pantyhose as a more comfortable alternative to the garter belt. >> no. >> no. and with attitude. >> so a man -- >> it's true. a man invented pantyhose. alan gant sr. because he was tired of listening to his pregnant wife complain about garter belts. he invented pantyhose. a wonderful thing. another great woman sarah blakely invented spanx. >> kathie lee is going to take issue with that, because she claims she invented it. >> that woman knows i invented it. you're from vermont
producing showers into ohio andeanian, down toward -- and indiana, down toward the mississippi valley. that is moving in our direction and will be here after dark. look at these temperatures before i go. already in the 50s. 56 annapolis. we're looking at highs later this afternoon upper 60s to low 70s. tomorrow, though, we're going to cool down into the 50s. more on that in a few minutes. right now it's monika santami's turn with time saver traffic. >>> an accident on the southbound side of i-275 near 85 -- 270 near 85 in frederick. that's cleared up. you just have the volume right now down to the point where the lanes divide. off and on delays but no big deals to report on the south side of 270. over to the maps, overall the beltway is doing fine. we did have a disabled vehicle down here in alexandria on the inner loop aft wilson bridge. that -- after the wilson bridge. that was cleared to the shoulder but caused a bit of a backup. you see all the red down here. that was caused by that earlier accident moved to the shoulder. let's go over to the beltway on the north side of town or t
, the gentleman from indiana, mr. burton, is recognized for 48 minutes as the designee of the majority leader. mr. burton: thank you, madam speaker. i appreciate it. i ask unanimous consent to revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. burton: madam speaker, yesterday a good friend of mine, senator john mccain, became the first u.s. senator to publicly call for u.s.-led air strikes to halt the violence in syria. respectfully, i disagree with the senator from arizona. our main goal in the middle east is to protect our interests and the interests of our major ally, israel. if we are to be dragged into a civil war in syria for humanitarian reasons, i would respectfully remind senator mccain and the president that they do not have the power to unilaterally start a war. the authority to initial wait war is vested -- initiate war is vested in the constitution, specifically in congress, and the war powers act was enacted into law over a presidential veto. not an easy thing to accomplish. to fulfill the intent of the framers of the constitution of the united states in r
.f.l. it truly has been an honor to play in indianapolis indiana. i do love it here. i love the fans and i will always enjoy having played for such a great team. i will leave the colts with nothing but good thoughts and gratitude to jim, the organization, my teammates, the media, and especially the fans. >> rose: joining me now is peter king. so when you watch this... makes you want to cry, doesn't it? >> i got a little choked up watching it today. it was... what was so interesting about it is that peyton manning is not an emotional person. at least not in games, not... you know, he doesn't get choked up. he is... he prides himself on being in control of every situation, of every setting. if i'm told peyton's going to call you today and you got 30 minutes, i made sure to look down at my watch at the 25-minute mark. and if there were questions i absolutely had to get in, i got them in in the next five minutes because he was a real stickler about being punctual and all that. >> rose: he was going to stop it after 30 minutes? >> not necessarily. if he was enjoying it, he was going to keep goi
that is triggering some rain that's way out here in western ohio and in indiana. that, though, will likely be arriving here by this evening. but throughout the day today, here's your day planner. we'll have our temperatures quickly climbing into the 60s by noontime. we'll have a blufrtry southwest wind sweeping in the warmth. ought to make it into the low 70s by early to mid afternoon and the winds will be gusting to around 30 miles an hour. then overnight tonight, cloudy and light rain moving in after sunset off and on until dawn tomorrow and then the sun back tomorrow afternoon with a high near 60. then a cold night friday night, down near 30 degrees by dawn on saturday. saturday afternoon, a chilly day. a lot of sun. it will be up around 50 degrees. it's the shortest weekend of the year. we'll have to spring ahead one hour saturday night as we change time. and then as we get into sunday morning, mid-30s. sunday, partly cloudy with a high near 60. and then back to work and school on monday and tuesday. lacking an hour of sleep. we'll have a possibility of rain. >>> danella, how's traffic
that give them a little room. >>> to indiana now, an up-close look at the damage from friday's deadly tornadoes. what this has left. these are remains here of one of the gyms at henryville high school. the restoration company rebuilding the school says much of the school is intact and can be salvaged. >>> and wells fargo customers in six more states can kiss their free checking accounts good-bye. beginning may 4th, the new $7 monthly fee will affect customers with essential checking in georgia, new jersey, new york, delaware, connecticut and pennsylvania. the new fee went into effect in western states last year. >>> and a new york soccer mom by day allegedly a high paid madame by night. coming up, we're going to show you the brothel. also, an unemployed woman wins the lottery big-time. gets a check, 1 million bucks. all the while, collecting welfare. we're going on the case with sunny hostin next. specialists, lots of doctors, lots of advice... and my hands were full. i couldn't sort through it all. with unitedhealthcare, it's different. we have access to great specialists, and our pe
in indiana are working fast to rebuild their schools after last week's deadly tornadoes. dozens of engineers say despite the damage, they can restore the elementary, the middle school, the high school, all by the start of the school year this fall. >>> and a new film traces the election in term of president obama. it's being released in a few days. the trailer is out today. first look at road we've traveled. that's coming up next. with alka seltzer plus. it's specially formulated to speed relief to every inch of you. liquidate your flu symptoms with alka seltzer plus. liquidate your flu symptoms like splenda® essentials™ no calorie sweeteners. this bowl of strawberries is loaded with vitamin c. and now, b vitamins to boot. coffee doesn't have fiber. unless you want it to. splenda® essentials™ are the first and only line of sweeteners with a small boost of fiber, or antioxidants, or b vitamins in every packet. mmm. same great taste with an added "way to go, me" feeling. splenda® essentials™. get more out of what you put in. like a ramen noodle- every-night budget. she thought allstat
. >>> people in henryville, indiana, are working fast to rebuild their schools after last week's deadly torrents. they can restore the elementary and the high schools by the start of the school year this fall. what is the single most important thing that has to change for women? christine says it would be really great if women didn't have to feel obligated to be the mom, the breadwinner, the maid and the cook all rolled into one. there's no such thing as having it all. more on your responses up ahead. >>> time for the help desk where we get answers to your financial questions. joining me this hour, the president of consumer education with smartcredit.com. lynn net is a personal finance author and founder of ask the money coach.com. your question comes for jim in pennsylvania. jim has a 30-year fixed mortgage. he got it in 2009. he has an interest rate of 5.25%. he wants to know at that rate if he should refinance. >> we talk about 5.25 not being optimal. it's about 150 base points higher than the best. absolutely. there's a cost involved in refinancing. if you plan on staying in a house
a henryville, indiana car dealership on their front lawn. the wind blew it 330 miles away. that deposit slip is dated 1987. >> mother nature. unbelievable. hail, 70-mile-an-hour winds, and also a chance of tornadoes from dallas and shreveport and nashville. some raining in the ohio valley. record highs in the northeast with rain moving in later tonight. some snow showers from minnesota to michigan. >> 42 in albuquerque. 67 in sacramento. 56 in seattle. upper 40s in omaha and detroit. 66 here in the big apple. 70 in atlanta. 78 in new orleans. >> nawlins. >> nawlins. >>> well, if you enjoy a good gouda or a beta chheda you might want to feast your eyes on this. >> it is the world champion cheese contest. bringing the world's tastiest cheeses. to madison, wisconsin. the top prize went to a vermeer made in the netherlands. two cheeses from switzerland clinched second. i'm not sure cheese curds were part of the competition. we still have to get you some. >> that's a midwestern delicacy. >> it's a wisconsin thing. >> the contest right here is actually held every two years, and there were 2500 dif
possible. the brilliant a ror ra bore rab. southern illinois, indiana, rain. it will get into ohio and kentucky. the severe threat will remain down to the south. but the winds will continue to kick up with this and the heat pump as well. temperatures well above average. 10 to 20 degrees above average. how does 71 sound for you in d.c. 66 degrees in new york city? 75 in atlanta. 45 in chicago. still windy in places like michigan. we've got some brush fire just north and west of detroit. this thing burning yesterday because of the high wind. a little bit cooler today. i assume that the firefighters got a quick handle on this out of auburn hills, michigan. the warm winds along the i 935 corridor will be a balmy day. enjoy that. >> we are enjoying it. thank you, rob. >>> this just in, folks. gas prices dropping for the third day in a row. >> it's an alarming three-day trend. >> exciting. national average for a gallon of gas stands at $3.76. that is down only a fraction of a cent. aaa posted this on their website. gas may be dropping slightly. prices are still up more than 14.5% so far
in indiana. the driver allegedly hit three people, killing a corrections officer. police will not say if person in custody is a suspect. jenna: well, a new warning that china's military is targeting america and that we're just grossly underprepared for what's to come. congress is taking up this issue of cyber warfare today, an advisory panel is warning the attacks could target our power grid, our telecommunications, our military command centers, and the panel says china is preparing for this each and every day. and while we know it's coming, we don't have a standard policy on what we do when it does. peter brooks is a senior fellow for national security affairs at the heritage foundation and, peter, we mentioned a few things there; telecommunications, military command. if we have a cyber attack and it effects a hospital or if it effects busy streets, we're talking about a loss of life. how serious could this potentially be? >> well, jenna, we actually know that the russians and chinese have mapped our electrical grids, for instance, part of our critical infrastructure, and if we were
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